Dean of Students
Dean of Students Support Services

What to Report and Why

It's difficult to be mindful of all the things going on around you.  But there are often many outward signs that a student is in distress.  Knowing what to notice, what to do and what to avoid could be the lifeline your student needs to get help.  Additionally, reporting 'odd' behavior that causes you concern may just be one more piece of a larger puzzle that the CARE Team needs to provide that student with additional assistance and support.

Be mindful of a student who is:

  • Experiencing intense anxiety, depression, and/or suicidal thoughts
  • Severely disoriented and/or experiencing psychosis
  • Demanding, aggressive, and/or potentially violent

You are also encouraged to contact the team if you are concerned about a student, friend, or colleague for any of the following reasons:

  • Dangerous or disruptive behavior
  • Mental health concerns (e.g. anxiety, panic, depression or self injury)
  • Threat or talk of suicide
  • Self-harm
  • Alcohol or drug concerns
  • Medical or health concerns
  • Management of loss or grief
  • Assault or sexual assault
  • Detachment from reality
  • Relationship violence
  • Extended class absence or concern that a person is missing


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